Panasa Pottu Pappu Koora Recipe – Jackfruit & Dal Curry

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Panasa Pottu Pappu Koora Recipe - Jackfruit & Dal Curry

  • To start preparing the Panasa Pottu Pappu Koora recipe, wash and soak the moong dal in water and set aside.

  • Then we cut the raw jackfruit. To do this we must first grease our hands and the knife we ​​will use with a little oil.

  • This important tip ensures that your hands do not become sticky due to the natural latex/sap present in the fruit and makes the cutting process hassle-free.

  • Keep a bowl with water mixed with a little salt, ready to put the cut raw jackfruit pieces in to prevent the fruit from discoloring.

  • Now that your hands and knife are well greased, cut the jackfruit in half, remove the skin and begin cutting into 1-inch pieces and immerse them in salted water.

  • Place jackfruit in a pressure cooker with 1/4 cup water and pressure cook for 3 whistles and turn off the heat.

  • Let the pressure release naturally. Drain the water from the jackfruit.

  • Chop the jackfruit pieces lengthwise and set aside.

  • The next step is to cook moong dal. In the pressure cooker, add the soaked moong dal along with 1/2 cup of water. Add some salt and turmeric powder to the moong dal and pressure cook for 3 whistles and turn off the heat.

  • The moong dal should be cooked but separated.

  • For tempering Panasa Pottu Pappu Koora recipe, heat oil in a pan, over medium heat, add broken urad dal until it turns golden brown.

  • Then add cumin seeds, mustard seeds and let them splutter. It will take about 30 seconds.

  • Once crackling, add red chillies, asafoetida, curry leaves and fry until nice aroma. Turn off the fire.

  • In a kadai, add the cooked and chopped jackfruit, moong dal and mix everything well. Add salt, cover and cook for 2-3 minutes over low heat.

  • After 2-3 minutes, turn off the heat and add the prepared tempering. Mix well to combine with the koora. Check the salt and spices and adjust accordingly.

  • Once ready, turn off the heat and transfer the Panasa Pottu Pappu Koora into a serving bowl and serve hot.

  • Serve this Panasa Pottu Pappu Koora along with Steamed Rice and Andhra Style Pappu Urumindi Recipe or Aava Pettina Majjiga Pulusu Recipe for a complete meal.

  • For an Indian meal for diabetics, serve this Panasa Pottu Pappu Koora recipe along with brown rice using the pressure cooker method and Andhra Style Palakura Pappu Recipe and Mooli Raita Recipe for a complete meal.

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